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no i don't

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Can you solve it now? ;-D

no i'm sorry i'm completely lost :-(

Can you identify the radius in the drawing? And the height?

the radius for the entire drawing?

There's only one radius, yes. It works for both the sphere and cylinder, like I said.

is it 6 ft?

Yes...
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And height is "h", which is?

168 ft

ok

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find the volume of given figure

@abhishekjha29 no, it's a cylinder under a hemisphere, not a cone.

ya tats ok.but i have a new figure wid a cone instead of culinder

so i use 3/4 3.14 times 6 to the 3rd power to find the volume of the sphere?

oh ok

when i do it it tells me that the volume for the cylinder is 6330.24

Best to just leave it alone until you're all done with the formulas :-D

Kind of like how I did in the cylinder part above, if you see what I did

ok i'll try leaving the 3.14 out

oh i guess my phone was giving me the wrong answer because i don't have a calculator with me

the answer that i got is 19 461

oh so i was right

ohhhh great thank you

6292\(\pi\) ft\(^3\) is the exact answer, and what I would be expect to do at work

thats why i don't get maths

Car engines* lol not "care"

are you a math wiz or something

Math itself though, meh... I loose focus if it doesn't mean anything practical.

oh ok i'm gonna check on my other question

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